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ok with support from across the channel french m.p.'s belonging to emanuel mccraw on march movements not only back the idea but have reportedly been giving advice to the founders of the new british party that holiday bensky picks up the story this is really a brand new political party that a boat to launch in the k. its goals are quite ambitious pledging to transform british politics and reverse brigs it it wants a second referendum on it i think there's no chance of brakes it being reversed the british people have spoken and that's an end of the matter they can bash their head against a brick wall although get is a sore head while the party is launching in the u.k. it's getting advice for of course the colonel here in prague for helping her and coming from a manual much for his party the public on the march with advisors said to be at
a recent meeting it's something about tactics and it's normally one your good friends was like you can be like us and like many of the countries looking for because it was fields there i think the danger increasing you can look at the future musical and i think the movement of christian authors i believe with when you use the future you can embrace. burring the ideas of matter. which invited in every day people regardless of their experience in politics were new also calls on everyone to join and those behind it hope it'll work for them too we don't have much time the only way of winning is by the same miracle as michael. the u.k. electoral commission says there is no issue with the british party receiving advice
from a foreign political party providing it receives funding from it so it's fair enough but what the reaction be if the advice was coming from a russian party will there be a great outcry as there would be if politicians from any political or from any other country were trying to advise politicians or tell them what to do but i mean what we should all be doing of course is talking to politicians from other countries not to get advice from them not to be told what to do but simply to find out what's going on in those countries we are stringing you for an interview to discuss the party but they said they were too busy however they made their feelings about our year saying that ulty would look to undermine it also accused the channel of being a propaganda to answer jested that russia had interfered in the brig's boat dividing the u.k. for europe despite a lack of concrete evidence. clearly doesn't have
a problem when it comes to seeking the advice of a foreign power such as france when it comes to reversing brigs it a referendum in which the majority of voters or pleased to leave you so it seems that for a new meddling is ok it just depends on the country involved even ski r.t. paris. and recent poll has found that the majority of americans believe their media is biased it comes at a time when ever more former senior government employees are moving into t.v. punditry with the controversy surrounding the recent nooners memo giving the last to talk about american explorers if there are grounds for the presumption of bias. many people seeking expertise on the new nose memo must be switching through channels these days so is it a big deal or is it underwhelming was the right to release it well here's a familiar face to answer all of the questions the fact that the newness of
republicans denied the ability of the minority the democratic members of that committee to put out its report is just appalling he has abused the office of the chairmanship yes that was john brennan former cia director and now a member of the m s n b c family as a contributor brennan was a prominent figure in the intelligence community appointed by barack obama but that background doesn't necessarily mean he's biased right but bret is not the only intelligence official who's joined the ranks of mainstream media we also have josh campbell who resigned from the f.b.i. and joined c.n.n. as a law enforcement analyst he's yet to make his first appearance on the network but before he does here's an excerpt from his latest new york times op ed defending his former employee these political attacks on the bureau must stop these critics of the agency persuade the public that the f.b.i. cannot be trusted they will also have succeeded in making our nation less safe it's not hard to guess what campbell will say on c.n.n.
regarding the nunez memo which accuse the f.b.i. of bias and just a little reminder he was also james komi special assistant the same komi who's accused of wrongdoing in the memo but of course campbell and brennan aren't the first to make the switch there is an absolute leftist bias in the country most of the networks if you just add up for example the time that they speak negatively about the president it's about ninety percent of the time and there are numerous studies that show this where for example president obama he would do things say things and there would be no media coverage of it whatsoever and case in point are the recent memos that we're all seeing come out of course the republican memo released the new yes memo great scrutiny over most of the american media. there is little coverage when what should happen based on that memo for example would be that that molar is investigation should be expanded but that's not what the media has called for now it said that you can never teach an old dog new tricks so how
you should. put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so we want to express. some want to be rich. if you'd like to be it's like a. big. industry always in the why. should . welcome back of the war in yemen is over a thousand days old on the humanitarian crisis in the country is only getting worse according to the u.n. almost forty seven thousand yemenis have been displaced since december while reports of children being killed or injured in sound led airstrikes keep coming in
we spoke to some of those affected and just a warning you may find the following images disturbing. you know what do you. know you had ten how you can hunch they. all got together bannister didn't even know what a bus title hello and. then he would have first sort of hello want. to know all. of the you should lose money. that you. were.
actually going to possibly have a gamble by me michelle. button has it and i get to be a you know. i get always more. they should love. a second on the end of the letter. just to remind you the saudi led coalition started its incursion in yemen back in two thousand and fifteen against the opposition fighters the seized power in the country since then saudi arabia has been under pressure from the international community and the started sending aid to civilians the logo painted on the ten's say that saudi arabia kingdom of humanity or thought and right of the one says it's hardly humane to wait three years into a bombing campaign to send aid. the saudi actually asked our three years of bombardment by all means that from the from sea from ground they did not
actually put an end to this war and declare victory and now more than ten thousand people were killed most of them civilians and also all of that the famine is imposed in yemen that are the situation and in the top of that they are saying that we are caring about the humanitarian side of this war we are helping the yemeni people i believe the saudi is usually embarrassed there is sort of this war three years ago and now the intermittent humanity can see the drastic effect on the people and saying that the saudi enough is enough. and that quake in taiwan has reportedly killed six people around ninety people are still missing with at least two hundred ninety injured and six point five magnitude quake hit an island damaging numerous houses these are pictures of a local hotel in which is thought around thirty people remain trapped the ground
floor has been partly crashed causing the multi-story building to lean to one side rescuers are at the scene now trying to get people out. in the form of hate h.q. of the nazi party the secret police in the city of hamburg is one of the last reminders in the city of the horrors of world war two the city developers decided to give their start homes building a new life which is not going down too well with local. the little it is that many people died off the torture which is unmentioned that's why there must be a commemorative place here it is a social obligation for the victims who have come here with sorrow. to the future i believe that this place should be more appreciated than it currently is.
the miles and that's how much to lie in a place of death is at the very least tasteless and what was printed by many newspapers hello hello. which is phrased in a way that's reminiscent of the words at the concentration conference mrs work sets you free. so that her for is the former to start with headquarters in hamburg torture took place there. one must feel sorry for the future tenants they did not even know that if it's a hotel for example it's a hotel of horror and torture. well there are doubts he would love to hear your thoughts on all of our stories so do get in touch by following us on social media other back at the top of the hour with all the latest headlines for then.
i'm here at muddy field stadium in edinburgh the home and the heart of scottish rugby i'm here to interview a scotland legend doherty we're a man who fought many great battles on this pitch behind me now he's engaged in the greatest battle of all his struggle against motor neuron disease. hey everybody i'm stephen bob. taft hollywood guy you know suspect every proud
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of ten people on us have no access. the scarcer it becomes management of it that is who provides water to big cities becomes more significant. for more than half a century this was a domain of private water companies however since two thousand things have begun to change. ninety four cases of this awful fronts and i think that this is quite important as a trend especially because france is the country that has invent. it was a proud us asian as we know it today the country that those who are proud has a should best. be a yeah look at us this summer recess.
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